4 Topics To Clear With Your Partner Before Using Them During Dirty Talk
When you're making sweet, sweet love to your partner, chances are good that you're going to want to get in to some dirty talk. It can enhance the mood, add an element of intimacy and riskiness, and paint a vocal portrait of what you're doing or what you'd like to do.
But there are some topics that you might want to clear with your partner before you belt them out whilst fucking. Here they are:
1. Anything having to do with race
Race is a touchy subject. That doesn't mean that it doesn't have a place in the bedroom, but don't just blurt out a racial slur -- or indeed, anything at all about race -- without first making sure that your partner is cool with it.
2. "Slut," "whore," and so forth
Listen, here's the bottom line: some women like being called a dirty slut, and some women will slap you right across the face for it. Don't find out the hard way; ask her before you take her to bed.
3. Cumming on your partner's face
OK. We know that this move is featured in every porn you've ever watched. But in real life, cumming on someone's face is a very intimate move, because it has the potential to be seen as somewhat degrading. Again -- that's neither here nor there. Degrading can be very sexy, if that's what you're into. But don't just ask it when you're about to blow your load, and definitely don't just do it. Bring it up over, say, dinner beforehand.
4. Anything infantilizing
Remember that scene in "Girls" when Adam tells Hannah that she's basically a filthy child who he's going to send home to her parents covered in cum? Yes. So do we. That shit was FICTION. Don't get all pedo on your partner without talking it out first. That can be a real dealbreaker for some people.
So -- adhere to these rules, and your dirty talk should be enhanced in no time! Now get out there and have a good time.
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